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Camera Bay

Camera Bay

Camera Bay

Situated on the north western section of Racha Noi, Camera Bay provides a diverse diving experience. The bay itself is free of currents and is suitable for all levels of divers

The bay provides an array of hard corals and is bound by the rocky edges of the island itself and often the dive exits the bay and follows the north western edge of the island towards the north.

Clown Triggerfish Phi Phi Thailand Phuket Scuba Diving

Clown Triggerfish Phi Phi Thailand Phuket Scuba Diving

The inner bay is often a gentle dive viod of currents and surge. I can be used for beginner divers however there are very little flat sand bottoms and the edge drops away to 12 metres rather quickly from the edge of the island.

This bay has been a regular provider of the ever popular Anglerfish (Frogfish) which can be found hiding in the yellow finger coral.

Manta Rays are no strangers to this part of the bay but more commonly found on the northern outer tip of the bay.

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Manta Ray Koh Tachai Scuba Diving Liveaboard Phuket Thailand

Inside the bay: Depth: 5-20m Difficulty: ✩ Marine life: ✩✩ Coral: ✩✩ Currents: ✩

Outer bay: Depth: 5-30m Difficulty: ✩✩ Marine life: ✩✩ Coral: ✩✩ Currents: ✩✩✩

Lat: 7.511747 Long: 98.325920

Dive boats go to Racha Noi every day of the week as a part of a 3-dive combo with Racha Yai.

All scuba diving dive sites are at the discretion of the tour leader on the day. Dive sites are selected based on the weather conditions, currents, safety and suitability to majority of divers on the boat. We cannot guarantee specific dive sites prior to the boat departing.

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